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|Age of Child||Full Day Per Month||Half Day Per Month||Full Week Per Month|
2 - 5 Years
|Non Fundng advertised rates. We accept payments of all Childcare Vouchers|
Non Fundng advertised rates. We accept payments of all Childcare Vouchers
Fees include all food and drink; Breakfast, Morning snack, Lunch, Afternoon snack and Tea. We will also, where possible, cater for all special dietary requirements. Fees do not include Nappies, Creams, wipes and baby formula milk (Cow’s milk is included). Fees are payable monthly in advance via standing order, cheque or childcare vouchers.
Children aged 3 years and over are entitled to 15 hours or 30 hours EYE funding the term after their 3rd birthday. We claim the funded hours directly from Hampshire County Council. Parents are required to sign a claim form. Nursery fees for funded or part funded children will be invoiced with additional hours, meals and services charged for.
When your child is eligible for EYE funded hours please contact us for a quote.
Ruby really likes the new storytime corner for hiding and playing in. Feels like a basecamp. She loves the decking area because you can go out and play even if the grass is muddy. She really likes the crafting activities with glitter and glue. She often talks about books at nursery which are different to our books from home and enjoys talking about which of her friends favour particular books. She adores the toy dog 'Pippin' and often has stories about playing with it with Gemma or Sarah. Her other favourite toys at nursery are a box that you have of ex-display mobile phones because they look so real and "really grown up". Thanks for all your hard work.